Lowcountry Food Scene

TACOS • BURGERS • BOWLS

Chow Daddy’s is like an easygoing visit with a longtime friend who insists on cooking you beyond sensational, amped-up Southern food with bold flavors that inspire an audible “wow” with every bite.

Bold culinary-forward recipes made from scratch using fresh, high-quality ingredients and time honored cooking techniques create the ultimate power couple - Southern comfort meets unpretentious sophistication.

LOCAL | FRESH | FAMILY | FRIENDS | FUN

Truffles has been one of Hil ton Head’s most popular family-owned restaurants for over 33 years. Located in Sea Pines Center on the south end of the island, here you will find a diverse menu featuring incredible soups, salads and sand wiches. Truffles is especially known for their signature pot pie, steaks and seafood. Their extensive wine l ist and full bar offers complements to every d ish. Don’t skip the bread! The butter that comes with the bread will keep you coming back again and again.

Truffles offers the feel of an upscale d ining experience within a resort community – this is why so many locals and visitors enjoy Truffles. Truffles is often one of t he first places locals bring visitors to dine.

Red Fish specializes in cuisine where an eclectic blend of seafood, steaks, fresh local fruit and vegetables are combined to make delectable American, Caribbean and Lowcountry specialties.

A contemporary black-and-white décor ensures that the focus is directed on the food and thanks to its sound-absorbing paneling, Red Fish is a refreshingly quiet restaurant.

FOOD. FAMILY. FRIENDS.

Jane Bistro & Bar is all about family and friends sharing time together and meals created from recipes passed from one to another. The family-owned business is named to honor the many generations of great cooks in the family and their shared passion for good food, family and friends.

In 2016, the owners of Wren Bistro in Beaufort opened Jane Bistro & Bar in Shelter Cove Towne Centre on Hilton Head Island and since then it has been the place where people come together to enjoy classic bistro fare with a modern twist. The restaurant is designed for relaxed, comfortable gatherings.

BRITISH FARE ON HILTON HEAD

British Open Pub is your window into “across the pond” featuring authentic English food and plenty of golf pics, art and memorabilia to ogle at while you are there. Thes British Open Pub puts forth outstanding English-style fish and chips and ot her English fare as well as American specialties from the Prestwick Table, setting this place apart from anywhere in the Lowcountry.

Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and Saturday & Sunday brunch, you’ll get to brush elbows with diehard locals that have been coming here for years.

A LOCAL’S FAVORITE FOR MORE THAN 35 YEARS

The locals’ favorite lunch, dinner and happy hour spot has been serving up delicious steaks, seafood, pasta and sandwiches for over 35 years while playing a dedicated role in the community in many ways.

One of the oldest established restaurant groups on the island, Reilley’s offers “Haute-pub” cuisine, made with fresh seasonal ingredients. There is a large covered patio and bar which features live music almost every night. Check their Facebook page for the music lineup. Reilley’s is also a great place for sports enthusiasts to watch the big game inside or out on the deck.

It’s hard to picture a better setting for a picnic than a Sunday in the South: Red-checked blanket spread along the banks of the May River, shade provided by towering live oaks dripping with Spanish moss, glasses of lemonade dripping with condensation as platter after platter is pulled from a wicker hamper — fried chicken, deviled eggs, potato salad. 

CHAMBER GALA BRINGS TOP CHEFS TO HILTON HEAD

The stars of the culinary world will be out in force on Feb. 1 for the 2020 Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce Ball, to be held at the Marriott Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa. The nationally recognized chefs will prepare tapas-style dishes alongside Lowcountry chefs. 

Some of the notable names that will be on hand include Marc Murphy, executive chef of Landmarc restaurant in New York who also is a judge on the TV show “Chopped” and the former chef of Windows on the World; Florian Bellanger, the former pastry chef at Le Bernardin in New York and a judge on the TV show “Cupcake Wars;” and George Masraff, a Michelin-starred chef and the former culinary director at Windows on the World. Other top chefs in attendance: Arnaud Briand, Instant Eats owner and former Windows on the World chef; and Martin Doyle, chef at Suilan at the Borgata and former Windows on the World chef.